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Warning, warning, super cute mama DIY project ahead (& it involves GLITTER!!!)
So, this is by far the biggest project I have undertaken!
And one that got me super excited with creative juices a-flowing!!
Imagine how unbelievably excited I was to get picked for an American Crafts glitter campaign?!
woot-woot! Look at all the this fun stuff they sent me!!
And, imagine how my wheels started turning with ideas once I saw all this fun stuff – eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkkkkkkk!!!
Well, the ideas came, & came, & kept coming ;) (i.e. “biggest project I have undertaken”).
And, here’s how to do it yourself!! Super quick (I did it in a day and a half), and super easy (no power tools involved!).
Plus a peek at the FREE printables I made for you – FOUR WHOLE PAGES of pretty!
And, this is SO easy I’m providing very little instruction than I normally do.
A visual montage – because I like to try out new things!
All materials & minimal instructions are BELOW each picture.
(But, as always – I’m an open book & love to help in any way – so PLEASE – if my pictures are confusing at all, please don’t hesitate to comment & let me know).
Materials: 2 coordinating sheets American Crafts gold embellished paper, two coral 5×7 frames, scissors
Make: Cut the paper to fit the frames & place in frame.
Materials: decorative letter, American Crafts Brown Sugar Glitter Tape – 5/8-Inch, X-ACTO Knife, L Square, pencil, scissors
Make: Pencil in a chevron pattern on letter using L square, tape on lines made & trim with knife.
Materials: 1/2 sheet of navy stripe printable (see below), mosaic plaque, white spray paint, large pinwheel paper punch, mini gold brads, American Crafts double-sided super sticky red tape
Make: Spray paint plaque, punch out 9 pinwheels using punch, bend back according to instructions, pierce with brad & then attach to plaque with red tape.
Materials: coral quatrefoil printable (see below), American Crafts Zazz! Gold Glitter Glue, coordinating navy washi tape, cardstock, 8.5×11 frame, scissors
Make: Cover kiddo hands in glitter glue & print on paper (I never miss a chance to get some prints of those little hands!), let dry then cut out & tape down on printable with washi tape, place in frame.
Materials: Today Is A Good Day graphic print (see below), 8.5×11 frame
Make: Print out graphic print & place in frame.
Materials: sepia wood grain printable (see below), other 1/2 sheet of navy stripe printable (see below), bunting flag paper punch, American Crafts gold baker’s twine, American Crafts double-sided super sticky red tape, 8.5×11 frame, scissors
Make: Punch out 9 flags out of navy stripe printable, apply small pieces of red tape to back & tape down in layers attaching to twine, place 3 buntings in desired pattern on top of wood grain backdrop in frame.
Materials: 1 coordinating sheet American Crafts glitter embellished paper, 2×3 white frame, 1 large coral artificial flower, 4×4 wood plaque, white spray paint, hot glue, scissors
Make: Cut the paper to fit the frame & place in frame, spray paint wood plaque, hot glue flower head to plaque
Materials: coordinating brown/gold framed cork board (got mine at Homegoods, but you could easily make your own with cork sheets & a large frame), 4 clothespins, 3 small coral coordinating artificial flowers, 3 white map tacks, American Crafts Brown Sugar Glitter Tape – 3/8-Inch , X-ACTO Knife, American Crafts double-sided super sticky red tape, American Crafts Gold Glitter Thickers Alpha Stickers, scissors, 4 sepia tinted pictures (mine are from my Paris abroad trip I took in college – some day I’ll return & get more pictures :)
Make: Attach glitter tape to front of clothespins, attach red tape to back & place on cork board, attach stickers to bottom of cork board with desired phrase, push map pins through centers of flowers creating flower thumbtacks
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